back into a hurricane and that's the warm part of the storm, and here's the part that i don't like. this thing spins around, it lingers right over pennsylvania and new jersey, and the amount of water that can come down, if you get just even an inch of rain an hour, and all of a sudden it rains for 24 hours, that's a major flood right there all by itself. >> that's what we're looking at potentially, 24 hours of rain, depending how slow it's moving? >> sure. sure. on the west side over here, that will be snow. because that's what the cold air is. you know, i know it's going to be a category 1 storm. this is a category 1, this is no big deal. that's not true. it's a category 1 hurricane here, but it turns into a major low pressure, regular low pressure center here because it has to kind of gulp in this cold air so when this warm system gulps in the cold system, it just blows up. the winds are going to be widespread. i mean, i'm not telling you, the winds, if this was the location, the winds from here to here to here could be gusting well over 70 miles per hour for an entire day.